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Vol, 6, No. 27 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 3,2009


Rec department
prepares three
'egg' stravaganzas
The Indian River County
Recreation Department will
host three special free Easter
egg hunts for kids onApril 6,7
and 9.
The first "egg" stravaganza
egg hunt will be held at 6:30
p.m. on April 6 in the pools at
North County Aquatic Center
and will be a water egg hunt.
The hunt is for children up to
age 8.
The Gifford Youth Activities
Center egg hunt will start at
7:30 p.m. on April 7, and will
be an indoor flashlight hunt
for children up to age 12.
At 7:30 p.m. on April 9, chil-
dren up to age 8 can come to
the South County Regional
Park for an outdoor flashlight
hunt.
Children are encouraged to
bring baskets to hold the eggs
they collect. All three egg
hunts are free.
For: more information, call
(772) 567-8000, Ext. 1732.
Brevard church
counselor facing
more charges
David Frank Martin of
Rockledge. \ho came to Indi-
an Rier Counry's Life. for
Youth Church Camp the
weekend of March 13 and
served as a.boys' counselor,
was served with two addi-
tional warrants last week for
crimes committed at the
camp.
The Xwo new charges are
lewd and lascivious molesta-
tion and, lewd or lascivious
conduct.
The church group, Faith
Fellowship of Melbourne, was
attending the camp for a
weekend retreat with a group
of 11- to 13-year-old boys.
Mr. Martin was previously
arrested for lewd and lascivi-
ous molestation and sexual
battery on a person under the
age: of 12 on March 14, and
bonded out of the Brevard
County Jail on March 15.
See BRIEF, A7



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Crossword' B6
Gardening B3
Obituaries A2,
Out & About BI


Police Report AS
Sports B5'.
Star Scopes B1
Travel. B4.
Viewpoint A6


Woman who kept human


remains in bedroom posts bail


By Jessica Tuggle
ituggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Last week,
the Sebastian Police Depart-
ment was alerted to a case
where a daughter was steal-
ing from her mother, which
is normally bad news, but
this was worse. In this case,
the mother had been dead
for six years.
Penelope Sharon Jordan,


61, of 591
Wimbrow
Drive, was
arrested
March 23
on charges
of grand
theft and
fraud,
according
to the
arrest affi-
davit.


Penelope
Jordan


Ms. Jordan posted a
$20,000 bail last Tuesday
and was released from jail.
Her cburt date is set for April
24.
Police say she did not
report the death of her
mother, Timmie Jordan, six
years ago, and had been col-
lecting her mother's Social
Security checks and cashing
them.
Police approximated that


checks since
2003, which is when Timmie
Jordan reportedly died,
See WOMAN, A2


A tasty treat


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Terese Harber, a park ranger at the Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area, teases a group of brown pelicans with a
finger mullet, to catch one of two injured birds found on a Walk with a Ranger program last Thursday afternoon.
The bird was caught and the lure was removed. Removing lures and fishing line is fairly routine for the rangers,
since the birds are always trying to get a free meal from the fishermen.


Photo courtesy of LeeAnn Lorito
Vero Beach residents for more than 14 years, the Loritos are strugglingto pay bills
while coping with Frank Lorito's stage 4 cancer. Friends and family encourage all
who can to help support this family by making a donation at Riverside Bank.
Shown, from left, are Michael, LeeAnn, Jacquelyn and Frank Lorito.


When a helper needs help

Vero man struggling after cancer diagnosis


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SINDIAN. RPE1R COUN-
TY. One rhing all of
Frank Lorito's friends
know about him is his love
for baseball and his will-
ingness to step up to the
plate and volunteer when-
ever he is needed.
His many volunteer
hours with the Oslo Mid-
die School baseball team


and local Little League
teams, as well as his serv-
ice within his homleow\n-
ers association, have not
gone unnoticed by hi_,
friends and acquaintances
during his hour of need,
said his wife LeeAnn Lori-
to.
Mr. Lorito was diag-
nosed this winter with ter-
minal, stage 4 cancer.
Without health insurance,
finances have become a


heavy weight to bear, said
Mrs. Lorito.
"When the doctor
explained what was going
on in January,. I don't
know, but it's really hard to
try to explain that feeling.
I guess all the cliches are
right, you feel like you are
living in a bad dream and
you're hoping to wake up
and it will all go away," she
said.
See HELPER, A2


Piper


CEO


speaks


about


future

By Samantha Joseph
Joseph@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Jim Bass has had a tough
time of late.
ThelCEO of Piper Aircraft,
the Vero Beach-based gen-
eral aviation manufacturer,
has seen his company go
from courted to controver-
sial.
Less than a year after sev-
eral cities v, ooed the manu-
Sfacturer, and it secured a
$32 million state and coun-
ty retention, package to
remain in Vero Beach, the
aviation firm has slashed its
staff nearly in half as sales
fell about 55 percent.
"We- are in unchartered
teriitory," acknowledged
Mr. Bass about the 71-year-
old company that has oper-
ated in Indian River County
since 1958
Bui the chief executive
See PIPER, A4


Backyard gardens


help reduce food bills


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@homelownnewsol.com
INDIAN RI\TR COUNTY
More families are look-
ing to their own backyard
fur fruits and vegetables to
eat. said an agricultural
agent at the Uni\ersity ol
Florida's Indian River
County Extension office.
Christine Kell\-Begazo,
agent and director of the
extension office, said that
the rising cost of gas is one
of the reasons people are
tr ing to raise their own
.food.
"Ithink it's a variety of
reasons. actually, but when
Sgas prices rose, it is reflect-
ed in fruits a'Ad vegetables
prices and people wanted
to save some, money on
their food bill," said Ms.
Kelly-Begazo.
'."And when gas prices
dropped down after a
while, we didn't really see
it mirrored in the food
prices at all, so in the last
six niuntlis or so, people
Shave tried to decrease the
food bill and are now hav-
ing to pinch pennies in,
other areas as well," she
said.
Ms. Kelly-Begazo esti-
mates that calls'and ques-
tions from the community


about vegetable gardening
have increased 50 percent
since last iear.
"It cuts across ages. eco-
nomics and cultural lines,"
said Ms. Kelly-Begazo
The extension office has
held three classes on back-
yard econo-gardening
since September and more
than 150 have participat-
ed, she said.
The classes educate resi-
dents about how starting-
even a small, sustainable
garden in an urban area is
possible.
Besides .providing a
source of food for a family,
gardening has proven to
have other healthy bene-
: fits as well, Ms. Kelly-Bega-
zo said.
"Besides the fruits of
your labors, gardening is
relaxing, it. relieves stress
and anxiety. Many differ-
ent studies have shown
these benefits and people
have grown healthier from
eating healthy food and
being healthy in mind and
body," she said.
The next backyard
econo-gardening clinic
will be held on Earth Day,
April 22, at 7 p.m. in the
county administration
building. The event will be
See GARDENS, A2


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Gardens
From page Al
free to the public, and pre-
registration is highly
encouraged.
Every day at the exten-
sion offices in downtown
Vero Beach, master gar-
deners are available to
answer questions about
gardening, irrigation or
soil care, said Ms. Kelly-
Begazo.
Proper soil care is
extremely important to
having a thriving garden in
Florida, she said.
Because Florida soil is
pretty much just sand, gar-
deners must continue to
add nutrients to the soil.


Woman
From page Al
according to the arrest affi-
davit
Ms. Jordan reportedly said
that she couldn't afford to
bury her mother and that is
why she kept her body in a


Popular nutrients come
from composts, manures
and some forms of decom-
posing plants.
"Working with the soil is
key. It's more about the soil
than it is'about the plants,
'because the plants can be
so much healthier when
you do a lot of mending to
the soil," said Ms. Kelly-
Begazo.
Greg and Kathy Smith of
Vero Beach have a 400-
square-foot vegetable gar-
den plot ih their backyard
and are looking forward to
a crop of potatoes and
sugar peas in the coming
months.
Coming from a farming
background, planting the
vegetable garden came
easily, and he and his wife
enjoy eating the food that
comes straight from their
backyard.
Another aspect of suc-
cessful gardening that is
sometimes overlooked is
the day-to-day work
involved and the battles
with weather and animals,
said Mr. Smith.
"You have to make a deal
with the ,bugs, 'cause
they're going to take their
share," Mr. Smith said with
a smile.
"But it really is an invest-
ment and you get out what
you put into it," he said.

For more information on
upcoming gardening class-
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questions, call (772) 770-
5030 or visit http://indi-
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bedroom inthehoiuse.
The previous Friday, health
services and building inspec-
tors and code enforcement
officials cameto the residence
in response to odor and
excessive debris complaints,
said Officer Steve Marcinik,
spokesman for the Sebastian
Police Department.


Helper
From page Al
Hoping to relieve some
of that burden, her friends
encouraged her to open a
trust account where dona-
tions could be made to
help her pay the bills.
"We've had such a
tremendous support from
our friends in the neigh-
borhood," said Ms. Lorito.
"Frank has always been
giving to his friends,
always. helping the com-
munity, just a good guy all
around," said Jason Coley,
a friend and co-worker at
Keller Williams Realty.
"It's a shame at the way
this has happened for his
wife and kids, for this to
come up unannounced
and to smack him in the
head like this," he said.
Mr. Lorito is undergoing
chemotherapy treatment
to slow down the progres-
sion of his illness, but the
treatments leave him
drained, said Mrs. Lorito.
With no medical insur-
ance to help cover ,the
costs, many of Mrs. Lori-
to's days have been filled
with trying different
avenues for.aid.
S"I've been trying to wrap
my brain around this and I
filed to collect Social Secu-
rity disability, but you have
to be disabled for six
months before you can
receive benefits."
Thus far, attempts to
receive help from Medic-


Officials found the front
door open.and observed that
the living conditions of the
residence were not up to
code. The officials then found
the remains.
Law enforcement officials
assessed the sceqe and con-
cluded the human rema-ns
found in the bedroom
belonged to Ms. Jordan's
mother, who had not been
seen by neighbors for six
years.
The body was found on a
mattress, surrounded by clut-
ter.
According to police, .the
cause of death for Timmie Jor-
dan is presumed (o be.natual.
causes, but the final results of.
an autopsy have not been;
released.
There is no evidenceof foul
play, saidOfficerMarcinik.
Also during the investiga-
tion, eight cats were taken
from Ms. Jordan's home.
The residence has a lorg
history of animal and odor
complaints, said Officer
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aid and Medicare have
proved to be dead-ends,
she said.
Mr. Lorito has three chil-
dren living in Vero Beach,
Kristin, Michael and
Jacquelyn, and another
daughter, Kathryn, living
in NewYork.
His son, Michael, also
shares his father's love of
baseball and plays on the
junior varsity team for
Vero Beach High School.
"Sports is a big part of
their lives and he loved
coaching and coached
Michael, too," she said,
growing emotional.
Todd Racine, vice princi-
pal at Oslo Middle School,
where Mr. Lorito coached
for five years, said Mr.
Lorito had been a hard
worker for the team,
organizing fundraisers for
the club sport
"He was always there to
help out with the kids
whether it was at Osceola
Magnet School when the
kids were little, at Oslo or
in baseball activities, he's
just a good and giving
man," said Mr. Racine.
Giving back to the Lorito
family is as natural as
breathing and Mr. Coley
said that he hopes more
people will get involved
and help the family.
Donations can be made
to the Frank Louis Lorito
family benefit trust at
Riverside National Bank.
The account number is
10002310724.


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roommate
By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
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fired inside a
Wa b a s : p, o : ^I
trailer park -
turned the ?
neighbor-
hood upside
down onn [he .
morning of
March 25.
Alberto Alberto Diaz
Diaz, 68,
8125 N. U.S. 1, Lot 3, Vero
Beach, was charged with the
murder of his roommate,
John Traylor, 63.
Indian River County Sher-
iff's deputies responded to a
911 call that indicated a man
had been shot in the chest.
Further investigation
revealed that the call was
made byMr. Diaz.
According to the arrest affi-
davit, Mr. Diaz told the 911
dispatcher that he had shot
his friend in the bedroom of
their home. He was then
instructed to put the gun
down, to which he complied,
and placed it on a living room
couch.
When deputies arrived at
the scene in the Royal Oaks
Mobile Home Park, they
found Mr. Diaz sitting in a
chair on the front porch still
on the phone with 911.
Deputies noted that he had
blood on his hands and
pants. They searched the
home and found Mr. Traylor's
body in the back bedroom.
Deputies also located a
revolver in the home, a Smith
and Wesson .357 revolver,
that contained four live bul-
lets and two shell casings.
The arrest affidavit did not
disclose the events leading up
to the fatal shooting. Mr. Diaz
is being held at the Indian
River County Jail on a bond of
$500.000. His court date is set
for M 3', 'T ; '


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Adult classes offered


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
I INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY A floral design class
will take place May 4-June
15, on Monday evenings
from 6-8:30 p.m. Cost is
$55.
Other enrichment class-
es offered are: art work-
shop, crochet, climate
change and alternative
energy, driver's education,
Italian, investing, motor-
cycle safety, scrap book-
ing, sewing, Spanish, tai
chi and water exercise.
A 65-hour phlebotomy
class will run from April
16- June 6, on Tuesdays
and Thursday from- 6-9


p.m., and every other Sat-
urday, from 8:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. Cost is $220.
A beginning Word com-
puter class will be offered
on Tuesday and Thurs-
days from 5-7 p.m., April
27-May 20. Cost is $68.
.Other computer classes
include: Excel beginning
April 13, intermediate
Excel beginning May 4,
digital camera beginning
April 24, Web-page design
beginning April 13, and
computer maintenance
and security beginning
May 5.
A CPR re-certification
class will be held on June
6, from 8 a.m.-noon. A
CPR (heart saver) certifica-


tion class will be offered
April 24, from 8 a.m.-12:30
p.m.
A certification in CPR
(BLS), will take place July
25. First aid will be offered
in May.
* English speakers of
other languages and GED
preparation classes are
offered free of charge.
Gift certificates are
available. The course
schedule is available at the
'office, area libraries and
on the Web at www.indi-
anriverschools.org.
Adult Education is locat-
ed at 1426 19th St., Vero
Beach. Call (772) 564-4970
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Piper
From page Al
says recent events are a
reflection of a weakened
national and world econo-
my, and has not hampered
'the carrier's commitment to
innovation or its responsi-
bilities as the area's largest
employer.
But some observers have


said otherwise, with recer
news reports quoting sever
al long-time employees wh
said they'd been laid o
without severance.
Piper spokesman Mar
Miller said the news might
be misleading, adding tha
naysayers are few and fa
between.
"It's a small minority, an
that small minority does
understand the situation
he said.
Supporters in the bus
ness world agree.
"It's so important to kee
a company like Piper i
your community when s
many jobs and families
depend on them," sai
Penny Chandler, presided
of the Indian River Chan
ber of Commerce, a voc;
supporter of the embattle
aviation company. "Th
chamber has always bee
involved with Piper because
we think it's a great compa
ny."
About two years ago, th
chamber commissioned
study of company's loc
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lion in labor and $27 million
in federal, state and local
taxes. With average salaries
of more than $39,000, the
company outpaced local
competitors by about
$5,000 a-nually, the group
found.
But that was then.
Come last summer, when
news of failing mortgage
lenders and other financial
institutions broke, the eco-
nomic downturn appeared
to throw a wrench in Piper's
plans to add employees.
"By September 2008, we
began to get nervous that
we could begin to be affect-
ed by what appeared to be a
gathering storm," Mr. Bass
said.
What began as a year of
the strongest growth since
2000, took a sharp turn.
S Last year, the company.
sold 268 aircraft, generating
revenue of more than $200
million. But by last January,
the. numbers declined and
sales fell about 45 percent.
The drop in sales led the
company to lay off more
than 400 employees. The
layoffs, plus ilihe depailure
of-ifiore than 200 workers.
cut the number of employ-
ees from about 1,250 to just
more than 600.
"We did everything we
could to preserve those jobs
that we could," Mr. Bass
said.
Before the layoffs, the
company reduced its work
week in an attempt to hold
onto its staff:
"It's been absolutely hor-
rible. It's gut-wrenching and
(causes) sleepless nights,"
Mr. Bass said. "It hits you in
the pit of your stomach. It's
the worst thing I've ever had
to do..These are friends and
these are my neighbors.
This is not the result of any-
thing that they did. It's not
their fault; it's the result of
the softening in the world-
wide economy."
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Mr. Bass said the group vol-
unteered to take a 25 per-
cent pay cut from April to
July. At the end of July, man-
agers will re-evaluate their
position and decide
whether to extend the pay
cuts until the end of the
year.
"Everyone has been
affected, including manage-
ment," he said.
It is the latest measure for
the company that also plans
to close its doors for one
week a month from April to
July in a move that is
expected to cut variable
costs, such as labor, 25 per-
cent.
But the strategy will have
no effect on fixed costs,
such as insurance premi-
ums.
"W6're not doing it as a
cost-saving measure. The
intent is to make sure that
our production output is
consistent (with) what the .
market needs," Mr. Bass
said. "We could have just
simply reduced our work-
ers, but we chose to take
this approach, so as to avoid
further reduction."
'"Based on the economy;
we can't just build invento-
ry, because that would be
very, very dangerous," he
said.
The company builds, and- .. "
sells about rwo toithreeip-a- '---, "
craft' week. .'shutin';
down operations for four
weeks, it will cut production
by up to 10 aircraft.
The move comes at a time
when public opinion seems
to oppose spending on lux-
ury items, Mr. Bass said. '
"Because of the political
environment we're in,
where everybody is vilifying
anyone who owns a private
aircraft, companies are
afraid to buy aircrafts" he
.said. "They don't want to be
Sraked over the coals."
But Piper sources say the
company is soldiering on,
with product launches
planned for this year and '-.
strategies to boost staff
morale.
"There is a future here
and the company is going to
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
oflaw.
Sebastian
Police Department
Penelope Sharon Jor-
dan, 61, 519 Wimbrow
Drive, Sebastian, was
charged with grand theft
and fraud.
Philip J. Obrzut, 26, 361
Delmonte Road, Sebastian,
was charged with posses-
sion of controlled sub-
stances, oxycodone and
alprazolam and a misde-
meanor charge of openly
carrying weapon.

Fellsmere
Police Department

Alfredo Arroyo, 43, 1023
Booker St., Fellsmere, was
charged with aggravated
battery.

Indian River County
Sheriff's Office

Eric Robert Kratman,
37, 8155 U. S. 1, .Lot 29,
Vero Beach, was charged
with aggravated battery.
Cody Jermaine Bartee,
27, 886 Eighth Court S.W.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with violation of proba-
tion. He was on probation
for carrying a concealed
firearm.
Pedro Hernandez, 27,
180 S. Broadway St.,
Fellsmere, was charged
with sexual battery.
Dana Renee Atkinson,
aka Dana Renee Windle,
33, homeless, was charged
with violation of commu-
nity control. She was on
community control for
uttering a forged instru-
ment. She was also
charged with misde-
meanor charges of
shoplifting, possession of


drug paraphernalia and
giving a false name while
arrested.
Osias Valcourt, 31, 603
Fourth Place,' S.W., Vero
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft
and grand theft of a motor
vehicle.
Michael Alvarez, 32,
homeless, was charged'
with criminal mischief.
Juan Cabrera, 30, 1392
Angel Place, Fellsmere, was
charged with being a fugi-
tive from justice.
Edward Thomas Robbs,
39, 2900 69th Terrace, Apt.
103, Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine.
Shawn Michael Debla-
sio, 21, 8655 22nd St., Vero
Beach, was.charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for
obtaining a controlled
substance by fraud.
Janira Quiles, 31, 101
Turtle Run Drive No. 1,
Sebastian,'was charge with
theft.
John C. Sherman, 21,
504 20 Place Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with .aggravated assault
domestic violence and a
misdemeanor charge of
criminal mischief.
Lucas B. Boerner, 26,
1813 26 Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-,
sion of cocaine ahd a mis-
demeanor charge of pos-
session of drug
paraphernalia.
Clifford Wallace, 42,
4407 33rd Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggra-
vated .battery domestic
violence, battery on a law
enforcement officer and a
misdemeanor charge of
resisting an officer without
violence.
Kenneth L. Smith, 30,
4625 56th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggra-
vated assault and misde-
meanor charges of crimi-
nal mischief and
trespassing.
James Mathes Ga'rrett,
35, 4735 33rd Ave., Vero


Beach, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended, habitual offender
and misdemeanor charges
of giving a false name
while detained and unlaw-
ful use of a temporary tag.
Chiquita Yvonne Wal-
lace, 45, 4405 31st Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with tampering with evi-
dence and a misdemeanor
charge of possession of
marijuana.
Donald Edward Anglin,
27, 516 66th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.
Ervin Lee'Everett, 21,
3954 Cypress Road, Vero
Beach, was charged with
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon, criminal
mischief and misde-
meanor charges of battery
domestic violence, and
harassing telephone calls.
John Michael Ashcraft,
44, 5055 Eighth St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
domestic battery by stran-
gulation and violation of,
drug offender probation.
He was on probation for
possession of cocaine arid
tampering with evidence.
Yolanda Patrice Smith,
23, 535 12th Road, Apt.,
108, ..Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation. She was on pro-
bation for possession of a
controlled substance with-
out a valid prescription.
Taylor Matthew Dilla-
ha, 20, 235 Eighth Terrace,
Vero Beach, was charged
with uttering a forged
Instrument and grand
theft.
Graham A. Davidson,
25, 1515 Gracewood Lane
Vero Beach, possession of -
a controlled substance,
cocaine and a misde-
meanor charge of posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.
Ronald Thomas Rider,
52, 2205 Sixth Court S.E.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with organized fraud, three
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Troy Curry Danny, aka
Danny Troy Curry, 39, 4455
34th Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with false
imprisonment and sexual
battery.
Michelle Lewis, aka
Michelle Runyon, Michelle
Tracy, 41, 43609 Dixie
'Drive, Paisley, was charged
with failure to appear in
court on charges of driving
while license suspended,
habitual offender, uttering
a forged instrument, two
counts of third-degree
grand ,theft, and workers
compensation fraud.
Michael Avery Knight,
30, 550 39th Court South-
west, Vero Beach,. was
charged with possession of
marijuana and a misde-
meanor charge of posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.
Jeffery.Duane Wilson,
48, 3434 Peidmont Road,
Huntinton. W.Va., was
charged wih failure to
appear in court on charges
of possession of cocaine.
Darrell P Williams, 28,
41726 29th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with burglary
and a misdemeanor charge
of battery.
Joseph Milligan, 36,
7225 128 Court, Miami,
was charged with violation
of probation. He was on
probation for uttering a
forged instrument .and


third-degree grand theft.
He was also charged with
two counts of third-degree
theft and two counts of
uttering a forged instru-
ment.
Jatobia Flowers, 32, 4376
32nd Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation. She was on pro-
'bation for third-degree
grand theft.
Christopher A.
Rohrbach, 23, 8480 U.S. 1,
Sebastian, was charged
with two counts of burglary
of a structure.
William R. McKinney,
46, 712 Camilla Lane, Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft.
Mark Edward Suplizio,
54, 789 Rosebush Terrace,
Sebastian, was charged
with dealing in stolen prop-
erty.
Jason David Welcker, 30,
789 Rosebush .Terrace,
Sebastian, was charged
with possession of marijua-
na and a misdemeanor
charge of drug parapherna-
lia.
Alan Dorsey Jennings,
57, 1385 32nd. St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony petit theft.

Florida
Highway Patrol

Christopher Lamar Lat-
timore, 36, 975 S.W. Ninth
Court, Vero Beach, was
charged with being a habit-
ual traffic violator.


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Margaret Sagarese, best-
selling author and parent-
ing expert, addressed
members of Exchange Club
of Indian River at its weekly
luncheon meeting at Culi-
nary Capers on March 18.
The topic was "Five Ways
Kids Have Changed." She
discussed the differences in
the world the children of
today face and how they
can influence their behav-
ior.
She described today's
kids as meaner. In her judg-
ment, they can. become
"mean machines" because
today's culture is meaner.
Kids can also be fame
-junkies who are obsessed
with famous people and
fame itself.
They are also romantic
illiterates, proficient con-
sumers and couch pota-
toes, who spend their time
indoors interacting with
computer terminals and TV
screens.
She was introduced by
Barbara Schlitt Ford,,,
Exchange Club member
and executive director of
Youth Guidance.
Ms. Sagarese has written
six books about young ado-
lescents with her co-author
Charlene Gianetti.
She recently presented
two free parenting work-
shops, "Keeping Our Kids
Safe from Bullying, Cliques
and On the Web" and "How
to Talk to Your Teen About
Relationships," at the
Majestic 11 Theatre for the
Connected 4 Kids Coalition
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Overpriced bananas?
This about grocery stores in the area. There must be a lot
of money to be made on bananas. They are sold for 69 cents
a pound in Indian River. County. But in St. Lucie County, at a
store that's not part of a major chain, they are 33 cents a
pound. How come?

Ponzi definition?
Jay Leno said, "It looks like more than 13,000 people were
caught up in that Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme.
You know what a Ponzi schemeis?That's where you throw
good money after bad, or as the government calls it, a "stim-
ulus package."

Stop depending on others
All the attention being given by the establishment to
bailouts has ldft the nation still terribly dependent on for-
eign sources of energy.
While people in Washington are apparently unable to
walk and chew gum, we continue such unwise policies as
taxing Exxon Mobil, which is akin to taking money away
from Americans and giving it to Saudi Arabia.

Reduce garbage pick-upS
Instead of increasing taxes, has it ever occurred to our
administration to look at cost cu tting measures?
For example, we could do with only one garbage and one
recycling pickup a week. I would think a great many others
could do the same. :

Some consideration, please
The lazy lawn people who forgot, or never knew. how to
operate a broom, are frequently very inconsiderate when
blowing their cuttings into the street. I cannot believe I am
the only person who likes to drive with my car windows
open.
Additionally, I wold not think that lawn cuttings, etc., are
gooto-be blo*rq o our stormdrainage system.
Obama is everyone's president
I am so tired of these so-called Americans who claim
Obama isn't their president. Excuse me, but if they are truly
Americans, he happens to be your president.
The majority of the American people of the United States
voted him in. I'm sorry that you are the minority, but he is
our president, and if you are truly an American, it's up to us
to help out and make this work.
Bush put us in this position, not Obama. (He's getting 90
percent of the bailout back in taxes, did Bush do that? No.)
Yesterday we were sitting in a club, enjoying our day until
a group came in, and one woman was very boisterous about
what Obama said on the lay Leno show. These are the same
people who sat at a dinner party at another club about the
same time Obama was sworn in yelling, "He's not my presi-
dent!"
Guests at that table got up to leave. I had enough. Not
only was our day ruined, but these people, started going on
about how he put down handicapped people.
I was fed up and asked them if they had ever said any-
thing that slipped out or hurt someone's feelings? I'm sure
everyone has at one time or another, unless you're perfect.
Did they ever laugh at Larry the Cable Guy?
I know the folks I'm talking about and I've always had
respect for them, helping out where help is needed. Well,
help is needed now. Instead of all the fighting going on, how
about putting your energy into our country and helping
out? Isn't that what being an American is all about?
How about using your energy to wrap a box for our chil-
dren and husbands who are overseas because of Bush? Bet-
ter yet, you have so have so much energy, why not help the
families who.are right here trying to make ends meet
because Bush sent their provider to war, or because Bush
put us into the ground financially. Have you done any of
that? I didn't think so. We have.
You say Obama hasn't done anything yet? He has eight
years to fix things. It's not feasible to fix it overnight. As for
the comment that I voted for Obama, I wish I had. I want no
part of what you are doing to America.
My grandson's a marine. He's been to'lraq and going to
Afghanistan in luly. Yeah, I'm upset. But I'm upset at the right
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All about Adobe Reader


his week I thought I
would touch on an
issue that seems to
have been popping up
more of late.
I keep getting requests
for help from people who
either have a file that was
e-mailed to them that is
supposed to be "universal
portable document
format," but they can't
open it, or they click on a
link in a Web site and then
get a message they need
something called "Adobe
Reader" in order to read
that file. Has this ever
happened to you? -
The confusion seems to
come from the idea that
when yo.u get a computer
it's fully loaded and ought
to be able to open any-
thing, especially so-called
"universal" files such as
Adobe files.
To further confuse
things, some computers
do come with Adobe
Reader already installed in
its "core build" that is, the
standard package of
programs installed for that
model) but many do not.
Since the ability to read
Adobe files is not some-
thing that Windows can do
on its own, you can run
into some confusion the
first time you encounter
one of these Adobe files.
You can recognize an


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Adobe file by its extension:
.pdf. The extension (the
last three characters of a
file name after the dot)
tells Windows what kind of
file it is and what program
jto use to open it. -
In this case ".pdf" stands
for "portable document
format" and it is supposed
to be universal. That is, it's
supposed to look the same
no matter what kind of
computer you try t iew it
with'.
The problem comes
from the fact that,
although this is a universal
format, you must have a
special reader installed in
order to see the file exactly
the way it was created.
hence the need for the
Adobe reader "plug-in" or
,"helper app." (a plug-in or
helper app; is a small
program that takes over
when Windows can't do
the jobi.
I can hear all these
questions going through
your heads and I ha\v an
answer for all of them.
If the icon isn't present
in your programs list, or it
is there but you still have


trouble opening .pdf files,
then you should consider
downloading the latest
cppy.
If you don't have it, it's a
sure bet you'll need it,
someday and if you have
it, but it won't open files,
then it maybe an older
version trying to open a
file that was created with a
newer version. -That can
happen from time to time
too ...
Do you really need it?
Well, it's good to have on
your machine. Eventually,
you will encounter a.pdf
file and having the latest.
version installed will
ensure you are able to
open it when you
encounter one.
The reader is available for
free by downloading it
from Adobe's Web site: just
visit u'w'v.Adobe.coi and
click the "get Adobe
-Reader" button.
Follow the directions
and soon your system will
be opening .pdf files with
no problems at all.
As for the spyware
question, the answer is
that there's no sp\sare.
Adobe Reader is complete-
ly safe.
But it is good to be alert
when downloading
"freebies" from the
Internet. Sometimes free
comes with a cost but in


this ease, it's OK. Installing
Adobe Reader won't load
your machine with a
bunch of spyware garbage,
and it won't cause you to
get a ton of spam so you
can relax. This is a safe
one.
So, in a nutshell, some-
times Windows needs help
opening even "universal"
Files and the way that is
accomplished is by
downloading and..
installing the appropriate
"helper app."
When you encounter a
message that Windows
can't open a file, don't
panic. Make a note of the
file's extension to tell you
how to open it. If it's .pdf,
then you know you need
to have Adobe Reader
installed. '-
If it's some other exten-
sion, remember you can
always Google it to find
out what kind of program
you to open it The nice
thing is that once you
download and install the
helper app., you never
have to do it again. From
that point on, Windows
\\ill know how to open
files with that extension.

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Tips for preventing a stroke, part 3


ITn the last few weeks, I've
given you all the bad -,
news about the dangers
of heart disease and stroke.
Now, I have some good
news. There are things you
can do to lower your risk.
Eat a healthy diet. You
know you've been meaning
to get wiith the program.
The American Heart
Association offers some
tips:
Use at least as many
calories as you take in.
Knowwhat you eat and,
don't eat more than you can
burn up in a day.
Eat a variety of foods
from all food groups. To get
the nutrients you need,
choose vegetables, fruits,
whole-grain products and
fat-free orlow-fat dairy
products most often.
Vegetables are high in
vitamins, minerals and
fiber and lower in calories.
Whole grains can help
lower your cholesterol and
help you feel full.


East fish at least twice a
week. Recent research
suggests that the benefits
from omega-3 fatty acids
found in salmon and other
fish may lower the risk of
coronary artery disease.
If you are pregnant, talk
to your doctor about limits
on fish intake because of
mercury. For others, that is
not a problem.
Don't consume empty
calories. Limit foods that
are high in calories but not
nutrients, such as soft
drinks. Limit saturated fats,
trans fats and sodium, as
well. Read the labels.
Choose lean meats and
poultry without the skin.
Cook with herbs and
without saturated fats.


Choose fat-free, 1 percent
fat and low-fat dairy
products.
Cut back on foods with
partially hydrogenated
vegetable oils to reduce
trans fats. Choose a spread
such as Smart Balance.
Try to eat less than 300
milligrams of cholesterol a
day. Try to eat less than
2,300 milligrams of sodium
per day. Check canned food
labels; they have a lot of
sodium.
Only drink in modera-
tion. That means one drink
a day for a woman and two
for a man, but you don't
have to have it.
Watch portion size.
Exercise every day. Walk or
do physical activity for at
least 30 minutes most days.
Check with your doctor
before beginning.
Know your blood pres-
sure. If you need medica-
tion, take it even if you have
no symptoms.
Stop smoking.


A lot of this sounds
overwhelming. I'm going to
suggest that you start with
one thing at a time.
For example, buy a salt
substitute or use herbs
instead of added salt this
week.
Next week, buy low or
non-fat milk and other
dairy products. Then add a
fruit each day.
Take a walk in the
morning or after dinner.
Before you know it, your
diet and your health will
both improve!
For more information
about heart health, visit the
Web site of the American
Heart Association
www.americanheart.org.

Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare" magazine and
a member of the National
Association of Science
Writers. E-mail questions to
skoppel@bellsouth.net.


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Club selects winners
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Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
The Sebastian River Art Club held a judged art show March 21. Members judged works
in all form of media from students studying at Sebastian River and Indian River Charter
High Schools. IRCHS student Jordan Hyde, 17, entered this ceramic piece, which is one
of her favorites. The first-, second- and third-place winners were chosen last Saturday.
They were: Taylor Alannah Harris, Lorna Nickle and Leanne Frenchville, respectively.

Angel event benefits localchildren
Angel event benefit local children


for Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
-The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Indian River County would
like to thank those who
made its eighth annual
Angels Help Our Kids Take
Flight event a success.
The event, co-chaired by
Janet Gefaell and Pat Arnold,
provided guests with the
opportunity to meet and
interact with members in a
mock Boys & Girls Club and


Thomas William
Tobin
Thomas William Tobin,
63, of Sebastian, died
March 17, 2009.
He was born in Akron,
Ohio, and lived in Sebast-
ian for 24 years.
He was a former sales-'


enjoy club member perform-
ances,
Johntavious Metilus, 2008
Youth of the Year, gave a
moving speech about how
the Boys & Girls Club has
impacted his life.
John and Karla Spooner
were recognized as the 2009
Angels of the Year for their
continued passion and dedi-
cation to changing young
lives in the community.
Funds raised will help sup-
port the club's after-school


man in the Yacht and Boat
industry, and was a mem-
ber of St. Sebastian,
Catholic Church and the
BMW Club. He served in
the U.S. Army during the
VietnamWar.
He is survived by his
wife, Ellen Sue; a son,
Brian; two stepdaughters,
Sally and Merilyn; a step-


programs and provide sum-
mer camp scholarships for
more than 220 children.
A special thanks to
archangel John's Island Real
Estate; angels, Mercedes-
Benz, Porsche, Audi of Mel-
bourne, Sun Aviation and
Mark & Paula
Turrentine/The Harding
Foundation; cherub, Lail-
bert Foundation; and all our.
guardian angel sponsors,
committee, volunteers and
guests.


son, Shawn; a brother,
R.W.; a sister, Kathy and
two grandchildren.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.

Kathleen L. Vickers
Kathleen L. Vickers, 56,
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Rants
From page A6
person, Bush, not our new
president. Give him a chance..
My grandson and his fellow
marines would love to see
their families helped out
instead of all this fighting at
home.
Like my grandma always
said, "There is a timeand a
place for everything." Our
club is not the place.
As I said before, if you are a
trueAmerican, Obamais your
president and was chosen by
the majority of the United
States. God bless America.
Buy American
A 70-year old grandmother
is taking a stand based on
principle, which all of us,
including our government,
could do if only we would
consider the harm we are
'causing by purchasing for-
eign-made items.
Especially alarming are the
products made in China and
other low-wage countries.
She has made the decision
to buy American and to avoid
goods, such as the cheap but
dangerous toys contaminat-
ed with lead, the pet f6od
tainted by melamine and
other products. \Which could
and should he made >alely
right here in the United
States.


Brief
From page Al
Congressman to hold
town hall meeting

Congressman Bill Pose%. R-
Rockledge, will take ques-
tions from residents in a town
hall meeting at the Gifford
bYouth Activit' Center on April .
Congressman Ponc\ repre-
sents district 15, which
encompasses portions of Rre-
vard and Polk counties all of
Indian River County and
most of Osceloa Counry.
The meeting will begin at 6
p.m. and is slated to run until
7 p.m. There is no charge tor
entry and all are invited.
For mon' infoirmaionl con -
tact Congresslman PoseI'
office at (772) 78-3534


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Obituaries
From page A7
of Sebastian, died March 18,
2009.
She was born in Nor-
wood, Mass., and lived in
Sebastian for 27 years.
She was a caregiver in the
health industry.
She is survived by a
daughter, Stacy; three sis-
ters, Linda, Diane and Mar-
cia; a stepson, Stephen and
a stepdaughter, Brande.
She: was preceded in
death by her husband,
Stephen; her parents, Frank
and Muriel and a brother,
Steven.
Memorials may be made
to the VNA& Hospice Foun-
dation, 1110 35th Lane, Vero
Beach, FL.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.
Ima Higgins
Ima Higgins, 89 of Bare-
foot Bay, died March 23,
2009.
She was born in
Houghton, Mich., and lived
in Barefoot Bay for 10 years.
She was a registered
nurse.
She is survived by three
daughters, Nancy, Christine,
and Kathleen; a son, John
and eight grandchildren.
She xas preceded itu
death by her husband of
more than o60 years, Ray-
mond.
Arrmngenises b1' Se'ea-
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about'

FRIDAY, APRIL 3
A concert in the park at
Sebastian's Riverview Park
featuring the Nouveaux
Honkies and their style of
blues, swing and early country
music, will be held'from 5:30-
8 p.m. This is a free event
open to the public. Food and
refreshments will be available
for purchase. The concert
series is sponsored by the city
of Sebastian, the Sebastian
River Area Chamber of Com-'
merce and business sponsors.
For more information, call
(772) 589-5969;
FRIDAY, APRIL 3
AND SUNDAY, APRIL 5
SThe Vero Beach Chorale
Society will present a spring
concert at Trinity Episcopal
,Chdrch located at Royal Palm
Boulevard and Pine Avenue in
Vero Beach. The chorus of 35
auditioned:members will be
under the direction of guest
conductor Daniel Koh. The
program will feature the
Requiem Mass 'of Gabriel
Faure, accompanied by an
orchestral ensemble and
,organ. Other compositions will
include works by John Rutter
and Randall Thompson plus
three African-American spiritu-
als. Friday's performance is set
for 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday
presentation will be held at 3
p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults
and $5 for students. Tickets
may be purchased at Wings of
Joy Christian Marketplace on
58th Avenue or by calling
..(7.72,)2 1t07.0,-Tickets will.
also be available at the door
and are on sale at the church
office on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday mornings.
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
SVero Beach Opera: Interna-
tionally renowned soprano
Susan :Neves will perform at
.7:30 p.m. at the Waxlax Center.
Joining her will.be tenor Robert
Chafin and basso Luiz Ottavio
Faria. Tickets $30, $40 and $50.
For tickets, call the box office at
(772) 778-1070. For additional
information, call the Vero
Beach Opera at (772) 569-
6993 or visit www.verobeach-
opera.org.
SUNDAY, APRIL 5
SThe Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship of Vero Beach's
Social Justice Film Series con-
tinues at 7'p.m. with an award-
winning documentary about
the world's mounting water cri-
sis. A discussion period will fol-
low. This program is free and
open to the public. The Fellow-
ship's Fair Trade Corner, which
features products from around
the world, will be open for sale
one-half hour prior to the
See OUT, B2


Bringing jazz to life


8~- ~
Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Jazz vocalist, arranger and breast cancer sur-
vivor Tina Marsh, took time out from her busy
schedule to help bring the world of jazz to about
75 high school and middle school musicians last
Friday afternoon. On Saturday, Ms. Marsh and
the Creative Opportunity Orchestra held a bene-
fit concert at the Emerson Center to support the
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Vero Beach High School senior Carrie Orcutt, center, works on
an impromptu arrangement from jazz vocalist Tina Marsh dur-
ing a two-hour jazz workshop at the Freshman Learning Center
last Friday afternoon.


Last in speaker's series to focus


on state archeology, environment


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH Florida
may not be akin to Africa's
"cradle of mankind" Oldu-
vai Gorge, but the ancient
geological and' cultural
record of the Sunshine State
is nonetheless a compelling
tale well-told and studied
by former state archaeolo-
gist James Miller.
Mr. Miller, who has a doc-
torate, is a senior- level con-
sultant in archaeology, his-
, toric, p-An "-iii-- iJd
heritage planning, and will
be the concluding speaker
of the Emerson Center's
Humanities Series on
Thursday, April 9 at 7 p.m.
The six-performance


series is
presented
at the cen-
ter through
support
from the
Florida
Humani-
-ties Coun-
cil, which
is an inde-
pendent, James Miller
-nonprofit
organization that is the
state affiliate of the National
Endowment for the
During a recent pifoline
corn'vecr aron prior to his
Emerson Center appear-
ance, Mr. Miller noted that
his career was that of a tra-
ditional archaeologist for


some years before return-, on the cutting edge of envi-
ing to school to learn plan- ronmental planning and
ning. they brought anunder-
"I started thinking about standing to new planning
the future (of Florida) as decisions that took into
well as its past," he said. account the compelling fac-
With a lifelong interest in tors of environment," Mr.
the state's environment and Miller said.
outdoor recreational And in looking at new
opportunities, Mr. Miller's approaches, Mr. Miller
return to graduate school to gained what he described
study planning seemed a 'as "offering a new way of
logical progression. thinking about the past."
In making inquiries as to Mr. Miller said many of
which universities offered the state planning decisions
the best programs, he was impacted where incoming
ledt.- the nr.-,rih .. ..u___Elkauilents li d .id
"I vwas told the be.t is the worked. .,is well as hoxw the
University of Pennsylvania. surrounding environment
I was accepted and went affected those choices.
there and it was a really Although elected bodies,
gratifying experience.
"The people there were See SERIES, B2


Community calendar


SATURDAY, APRIL 4
- SUNDAY, APRIL 5
Vero Beach spring boat
show will be at Riverside
Park in Vero Beach from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Riverside
,Park is located just west of
the Riverside Theater and
southeast of the Barber
Bridge inVero Beach, off of
Route 60.

MONDAY, APRIL 6
Downtown dine &
design will be held in
downtown Vero Beach
from 5-8 p.m. Shops and
restaurants will be open
late and will provide


entertainment, food and
drinks.
Commissioner Peter
D. O'Bryan yill give a
monthly. update to thie
citizens of South County at
theVero Highlands
Communi \ Center
Building. 625 Highland
Drive Southwest, at 7 p.m.

FRIDAY, APRIL 10
The Majestic will host
family movie night
featuring "The Hannah
Montana Movie" to benefit
McKee Botanical.Gardens,
starting at 6:30 pm. Tickets
are $15 for children and
$20 fok adults, and
includes popcorn and a


drink. Purchase tickets
online now or at the
theatre box office.

SATURDAY,
APRIL 11
SMcKee Botanical
Gardenwill host an Easter
egg dying demonstration
from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
350 U.S. 1,Vero Beach.
Regular admission fees
apply: $7 adults, $6
seniors, $4 children (ages
5-12). For more informa-
tion, call (772)
Easter Egg hunt begins
at 10 a.m. sharp at Every-
thing Outdoors garden
shop, located at 384 Old
Dixie Highway, Vero


Beach. Bring your own
basket.
Sebastian River Art
Club's judged art show
and sale will take place
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in
Riverview Park, Sebastian.
Free parking is available

TUESDAY, APRIL 14
*The Indian River
Genealogical Society will
meet on the first floor of
the Indian River County
Main Library, 1600 21st
Street, Vero Beach. "What's
Your Problem?" will begin
at 11:45 a.m. Free and
open to the public. For
more information, visit


See CALENDAR, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 4-3-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
You are well known for daring
to dream big dreams and then
being bold enough to act on
and create them. Why? Not
only is it your time of the year,
but you climb up the higher
slopes of life because of your
lofty thinking, strength and
courage. You are able to sur-
vey all things around you and
then pick and choose the ones
you love the best This is one
of the main reasons why you
are such a great leader.
Taurus-April 20-May 20
Venus in Taurus gives you an
edge in; the heart department
this week. Your motivation is
fueled by the desires living in
your heart for a better life. No
one is more hard working and
determined than Taurus.
When you set your plans into
motion you are capable of per-
forming miracles. Why?
Because you never quit or give
up until victory is assured. You
are an inspiration to others
even if they don't always tell
you.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Working the divine plan living
in your soul continues to bring
you mastery over life. You
know how to communicate
and manifest in that order. The
funny thing is that physical
rewards don't bring you as
much satisfaction nowadays
as much as the spiritual. These
are respect, love, honor and
human digniTf giving a quality
-life is more important to you
now than quantity. You are
creating an awesome life.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
Don't fret over life's recent
struggles; This is just life's ebb
and flow. The secret to balance
is to work harder when things
are flowing and increasing.
Then hold back when they are
ebbing. Being in the flow of
monthly cycles of energy is just
as important as finding daily
balance. Follow your heart,
trust your instincts and use the
natural rhythms of life to
enhance and bring you your
well-earned and deserved
good.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Measure the quality of your life
by the joy you feel in your
heart. You were bom to rule by
being of service to others. You
are at your best when you are
able to help someone else
find the answer to their life
challenge. Everyone gains
strength from your light and
presence. It keeps your family
bonds strong. It gives you


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Scopes
From page B1
much personal power in the
workplace. You are a well-
loved and trusted friend. The
universe wants to reward you
for all this goodness.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept.22
^The moon in Virgo this week
gives you an edge in emotional
power. Keep your heart open
and listen to your inner guid-
ance. The wisdom that comes
up is the greatest truth you can
have on earth. Have faith in it,
leam to trust it, surrender and
wait. Before long, the right
ideas begin to pop into the
mind from this deep well with-
in. When you act on these
divine impulses before the
head gets in the way, you will
see great, unexpected gain
materializing right in front of
your eyes.

Libra-Sept 23-Oct 22
Find joy and good cheer in the


little things. Laugh a lot Hang
around with positive- minded
people who let you be your-
self. Tell someone a joke and
make her laugh. Poke a little
good-natured fun at yourself.
Others love to laugh at our
foibles. It's a good part of being
healthy and human. It keeps
our self-righteousness and ego
in check when we poke a little
fun at ourselves. Make some-
one else laugh and it cheers
you up. True happiness in life is
just,that simple.

Scorpio-Ot. 23-Nov.21
When you arise each day, take'
stock of your many blessings
and express gratitude. Then
know that more positive good
is on the way to add to this!
This attitude of positive
expectancy then rubs off on
others and causes them' to
want to help you get what you.
want Then be generous and
share your new blessings. This
is a wonderful way to live and
keeps you on the cutting edge
of many new and wonderful


adventures as you travel the
rivers and roads of life.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec.21
You function best when you
feel inspired. Here is one- to
affirm every day. "The universe
is my source of life. Each day
begins anew. My job is to share
Sand honor it to many or to few.
I ask for wisdom, love and
courage with each new pass-
ing day. Let me help someone
with a greater burden some-
where along the way. In the
giving I receive back multiplied.
With this possibility my life is
justified. Mine is a great life and
I am thankful" .

Capricorn-Dec. 22-an. 19
Ask the universe for new direc-
tion and be open to new ideas
when they come. Feel yourself
in perfect health, surrounded
by happy people, with all your,
needs being met right now.
Allow yourself to receive back
for all.the good you have given
to others. The safety, peace
and joy 6f this, fills you with a
youthful inner glow and gives a
sense that all is well. This plan
raises your spirits and keeps
you going no matter what else
is happening in the world.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Mars in Aquarius gives you the
courage to stand up for, what
you truly believe. Your sense of
justice is legion. No matter
what is going on around you,
ybu always know. how to do
the .right thing. Continue. to;
expect the unexpected. Create
new causes. Push forward.
Plant new seeds and expect
positive results. Your dynamic
leadership continually goes out
tp others like a light, and gives
hope to those in need. Now
you are at your best.


Out
from page B1
showing of the film. The fel-
lowship is located at 1590
27th Ave. at the intersection of
16th Street in Vero Beach. For
more information, call (772)
778-5880.

MONDAY, APRIL 6

SThe Indian River Sym-
phonic Association pres-
ents a special concert fea-
turing : the "National
Philharmonic of Russia
under the direction of its
principal conductor, Vladimir
Spivakov. The concert will be
held at 7:30 p.m. the Com-
munity Church of Vero Beach'
located at 1901 23rd St.
Soloist for the concert will be
Mayuko Kamio, a Japanese
violinist who will perform on
a 1727 Stradivarius violin. The
evening's program will
include compositions by
Strauss, Sibelius,
Shostakovich and Prokofiev.


Calendar
From page B1
www.irgs.org.

'FRIDAY, APRIL 17-
SATURDAY APRIL 18

The Hibiscus Festival
: ill be held in historic
downtown Vero Beach.

ONGOING EVENTS

Pelican Island National
Wildlife Refuge host
guided beginning bird
watching tours on Satur-
days from 8-11 a.m. The
volunteer-guided tours will
visit Bird's Impoundment
Trail and the newly
reopened Centennial Trail.
No reservations are


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premium seating and $45 for
nonrpremium seating. For
more information or tickets,
call (772) 778-1070.

ART GALLERIES

Artists Guild Gallery, 44
Royal Palm Pointe, Vero
Beach. Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, Saturday 11
a.m.-3 p.m. "Human
Nature/Greetings from
Berlin," a show featuring
paintings and drawings by
guest artist Kathryn Nussdorf,
will be held throughout the
month of April with an open-
ing artist reception Friday,
April from '5-7 p.m. This
event is free and open to the
public and will feature works
by Ms. Nussdorf ranging from
architecturally precise to avant
garde. Call (772) 299-1234
or visit artistsguildgalleryver-
obeach.com fdr upcoming
events.
The Garden of Art, 8905
U.S. 1, Sebastian. Hours:
Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5


required. For more infor-
mation, call the refuge at
(772) 562-3909, Ext. 275, or
visit fws.gov/pelicanis-
land/events
TheVero Beach Rail-
road Station, located in
.downtownVero Beach, was
originally built in 1903. It is
on the National Register of
Historic Places, and is open
Monday through Friday
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Visitors can tour the exhibit
center, and get a glimpse of
the local history from,-
prehistoric times through
WorldWar II. There is a
model train display that .
offers panoramic views of
. historical sites in Indian
River County. The Railroad
Station is located at 2336
14thAve.,Vero Beach. For
more information, call
(772) 778-3435.
Indian River County
Historical Society pre-
serves the.artifacts; sites
and structures related to
Indian River County
heritage, and offers maps
and dijecdoos to ites of --
historic interest through- ;
out the county. The society
is housed in a 1903 Vero
Beach Train Station,
located at 2336 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach, and is open
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. For
more information, call
(772) 778-3435..
Vero Beach Museum of
SArt features exhibitions of
international, national, and
state importance are
shown throughout he year.
in four galleries. The
Museum also houses a gift
shop store and isthe
largest teaching museum
school in Florida. It is


Series
From page B1
not land use planners, ulti-
mately decide how the state
is developed, Mr. Miller
noted that input from those
planners is helpful.
"Planners are not decision.
makers. They make recom-
mendations. And there has
been a concern about her-
itage preservation.
"In general, as the popula-.
tion continues,to grow and
the money (incentive) gets
more powerful, Florida con-
tinues to get developed," Mr.
Miller explained.
But new design proposals,
particularly "town centered"


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BARS AND CLUBS

Capt. Hiram's Resort,
1580 U.S. 1, Sebastian: For a-
look at the full entertainment
lineup, visit
www.hirams.com. (772) 589-
4345
Earl's Hideaway Lounge
and Tiki Bar, 1405 .Indian
River Drive, Sebastian. Live
Delta Blues music Tuesday'
nights by Ernie Southern.
(772) 589-5700, (772) 388-
2597 dr www.earlshide-
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SMarsh Landing, 44 N.
Broadway St., Fellsmere:
Folk/acoustic duo HairPeace
every Saturday, 5:30-8:30
p.m. Call for other entertain-
ment schedules. (772) 571-
8622.
Squid Lips. Come enjoy!
the great food and live music.
1660 N. Indian River Drive,.
Sebastian. (772) 589-3828
To have your upcoming,
event listed here, contact'
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located at.3001 Riverside
Park Drive, Vero Beach. For
more information, call
(772)231-0707
Vero Beach Green
Market is held every
Tuesday from 3-7 p.m.
Find plants, fruits and
vegetables, seafood, herbs,
coffee, freshly made,
donuts, hand milled soaps,
lotions, teas, and on
occasion, artisan sausages
and cured meats, fresh
local eggs, home made
doggie treats, and much
more. The market is
located at the corner of
14th Avenue and 21st Street
in front of the Heritage
Centre.
Guided kayak tours:
Visitors paddle along the
Indian River Lagoon and
enjoy nature at its tropical
best. They canexperience
the thrill of close encoun-
ters with dolphins, mana-
tees and exotic birds. The
guide is a master naturalist
and U.S. Coast Guard
captain. Cost is $47 each
for a 2-11.2 hour.tour.'
Reservations are required.
Space is limited to 12' -:
participants. Call (772)
234-3436.
McKee Botanical
Garden is an 18-acre
botanical garden listed on
the National Register of
Historic Places and
endorsed by The Garden
Conservancy. This lush
Florida hammock offers a
diverse botanical collec-
tion, as well as several
restored architectural
treasures, the Hall of Giants
and Spanish Kitchen. Self-
guided toursare available
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and
Sunday from noon-5 p.m.


approaches for residential
development, .have resulted4i
in what Mr. Miller termed "a'
better product" than previ-P
ous projects.
Much of what he deals.
with is highly technical.
However, Mr Miller wanis,
Floridians to keep several
points in mind.
"Archaeological and his-!
torical resources are non-
renewable resources. Once
they are destroyed, they are
gone forever. ,
"During my career as an;
archaeologist, we shifted
away from investigation andl
excavation to conservation.,
Mr. Miller said.
Something hard for resi-;,
dents to grasp is the many
ways Florida has changed it
appearance from the distant
past, by draining swampland
and drilling.
"It's difficult to understand
what we see today and how itp
was in the past. Our modem;
environment is very different
now and very much a prod-
uct of human acts," Mr.
Miller said.
The state, once partially
submerged as a sea bed and,
according to Mr. Miller,
probably destined to return
one day, has what he calls
"unique, valuable and excit-
ing archaeology."
"It's an incredibly fascinat-
ing story," Mr. Miller said.
The Emerson Center'
Humanities Series is free and
open to the public on a first-
come basis. The Center isi
located at 1590 27th Ave. at'"
the intersection of 16th Street
in Vero Beach. For more infor- ,
nation, call (772) 778-5249.


The Vero Beach Choral Society
Under the direction of Conductor
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Spring Concert

Faur: Requiem Mass
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Sunday, April 5 at 3:00 PM

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Poisonous plants flourish in Florida I|M


Editor's note: This column
originally ran onApril 6,2007.
iam getting a lot of e-mail
requests to write about
some of the most common
poisonous plants in Florida..
I have compiled a list of
some of the most common
plants that we all have in our
yards and gardens. Some of
these will shock you.
What you don't know about
some of these common plants
can be deadly. Some parts of
the ornamental plants or
flowers in your yard may con-
tain. a deadly poison. The
most susceptible to being
harmed are children and pets.
Oleander: One of the most
toxic and common poisonous
plants is the oleander. This
plant contains a deadly heart
stimulant that resembles, the
prescription drug digitalis.
If a child eats a single leaf or
two from this plant it could be
deadly There have been sev-
eral instances of people dying
after eating meats that were
roasted on -a wood fire that
contained oleander twigs or
branches.
SDieffenbachia: Dieffen-


bachia, which is a common
tropical plant that many 6f us
have in our homes, is also
highly toxic. All parts of this
plant are poisonous.
If eaten, the plant can cause
intense burning and irritation
of your mouth. The plant can
be deadly if enough swelling
occurs to block your airway.
You should always wash
your hands after handling this
or any of the listed poisonous
plants.
Azalea: All parts of the
azalea plant can be toxic if
ingested. The symptoms
include nausea and vomiting
along with difficulty in
breathing and possibly coma.
The end result can be fatal.
Jasmine berries: These
.berries can cause digestive
problems along with nervous
system disorders.
Oak leaves: The foliage
from oak trees can be toxic,


but the effects are gradual. If
foliage is ingested; it can slow-
ly affect your kidneys. Howev-
er, you need to ingest a sub-
stantial amount for severe
poisoning to occur.
Lantana: This plant, which
is commonly used by many as
a colorful ground cover, is
another specimen that is toxic
if ingested. Acute poisoning
can cause hemorrhagic diar-
rhea and rapid heart rate.
Other varieties: Although
this list includes some of the
most common plant varieties,
there are many more: milk-
weed, narcissus, daffodil, poi-
son oak, puslane and snow on
the mountain.
Bear in mind that just
because some of your favorite
plants can be toxic if ingested,
common sense and keeping
these plants out of the reach
of small children and pets can
avoid tragedy.
Philodendrons et al: Final-
ly, there are several common
houseplants that can be toxic
to animals and children.
Probably the most com-
mon is the philodendron. The
toxic part is the leaves. If
ingested, it can cause burning


of the lips and mouth and
cause contact dermatitis if the
plant juice contacts the skin.
Similar symptoms can occur
with pothos, golden pothos
and devil's ivy.
Poinsettias are not poi-
sonous: This plant is one of
the most widely produced in
the country. During the holi-
days, almost every household
has at least one adorning their
decor. Fear not, as today's
commercially distributed
varieties are not poisonous.
There are some people,
however, who may get a mild
allergic reaction to the milky
sap if it comes in contact with
their skin. The affected areas
can be washed with soap and
water to remove the sap if irri-
tation develops. Poinsettia
plants are not a serious risk
for animals, although it is
always best to keep any plant
out of the reach of pets if they
like to chew plants.

Joe Zelenak has 28 years
experience in gardening and
landscape. Send e-mails to
hometowngarden@gmail.co
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Clubs keep

younger

players in

the game
By John MacDonald
Macdonald@hometownnewsol.com
While the Boys and Girls
Clubs of America are
billed as "The Positive
Place for Kids," they are
quickly becoming one of
the only spots for them, as
well.
With middle school
sports programs being
slashed or eliminated and
high schools feeling the
brunt of budget cuts too,
the organization is help-
ing to pick up the slack
along the Treasure Coast.
"All of these clubhouses
are beacons of posi-
tivism," Tommie Gibson
said. "It means a lot for
these kids to participate in
sports.
"There are other places
out there, but they do not
do it as well as we do since
we are a national organi-
zation."
Gibson, the director of
operations for the Boys
and Girls Club of St. Lucie
County helps oversee one
of the most successful
sports programs on the
Treasure Coast.
"We have ani active tri-
county basketball league
with teams from Martin,
St. Lucie and Indian River
counties that plays in the
Mac Mascioli Unit gym in
Fort Pierce," Gibson said.
"We have full-league play
on Friday and Saturday for
kids 8-years-dld to 18.
"It's just one way to fill.
in the gap for athletic
activities."
Jose Torres, who helps
coach the MartinCounty
squads, has seen the bene-
fits of the league, not just
for his teams but also for
the competition.
"It's grown so much, it's
unbelievable," Torres said.
"We have. seven (Martin
County) 'teams including
the girls. They're all doing
. well.
"it'i great for the St.
Lucie County teams also
because they don't have a
middle school program so
they can still feel part of a
team."
St. Lucie County Middle
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Sebastian residents Shawna Trantham, 10, and Darbie Kramer, 7, far right, joined the 175 registered participants of
the third annual United For Families Stop the Tears End Child Abuse 5K run/walk last Saturday at South Beach in
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From page B5 ,
School students have felt
the brunt of the cost-cut-
ting measures. All sports
were eliminated this year
and now intramural activi-
ties are in doubt. One of
the fortunate few is Lin-
coln Park's Brandy Mont-
gomery, an eighth-grader
who earned her way. onto
the varsity, basketball
squad.
"I don't know what I
would do if I wasn't able to
play basketball," Mont-
gomery said. "I have such
a passion for the game. If
they took it away it would
hurt so bad."
Other counties are suf-
fering as well. At Gifford
Middle School in Vero
Beach, the administration
has had to take a proactive
stance in the face of the
state's woes.
"From last year to this
year, we made a 35 percent
cut in basketball games in
anticipation of budget
restrictions," Principal
Dave Kramek said. ."We
made similar cuts in soc-
cer and volleyball.":
Stuart Middle School
made some voluntary
reductions as well.
"We cut back on teams
we played. at a distance,
the Sebastian ,and .Vero
Beach 'area," Principal
Sigrid George said. "We
doubled tipon schools in
the count, but still lost
four to six games."
Sebastian River Middle
School offers seven sports
over the course of the year,
but has seen the number
of games slashed over the
last few years.


"We're practicing and playing Monday through
Saturday and sometimes Sunday. We don't just
do basketball, we do fitness to help them keep
their weight down"
Jose Torres
coach


"We had 15 or 16 base-
ball games last year," ath-
.letic director Bill McCarthy
said.' "This year we only
have 10 games.
"Girls basketball we had
21 games two years ago.
This year we had 11.
"We have to keep our
kids.active and involved.".
Keeping children on.the
go and in the game is one
of the primary goals of any
sports program. One con-
sequence of the school's
reduced offerings is the
increased risk of children
falling deeper into a
sedentary lifestyle. Obesity
has become a national epi-
demicwith the number of
young people considered
overweight steadily rising
over the last 29 years.
According to the Centers
for Disease Control's
National Center for Health
Statistics, the percentage
of young people who are
overweight has more than
tripled since 1980..
"We're practicing and
playing Monday through
Saturday and sometimes
Sunday," Torres said. "We
dAn't just do' basketball,
we do fitness to help them
keep their weight down. ,
"A lot of diabetes starts
with younger kids. A lot of
people don't understand
that."
With health issues a pri-
mary concern, the organi-
zation looked at what
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IN THE 'CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
,(; INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
6I E NO. P-20090177
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FFArN( BONFIGLIO,
Dep aased.
NOTICE TO
;, CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Frank Bonfiglio,
detfased, whose date of
ddat6, was February 23,
2009, is pending in the
Circuit Court for INDIAN
RIV)ER County, Florida,
Prbbate Division,' the
addrAss of which is 2000
16th.. Avenue, Vero
Beach, Florida 32960.
The,'- names and
addresses of the
personal representative
andl the personal
representative's attorney
areiset forth below.
AlIh !-creditors of the
decedent and other
pe tns having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whboi a copy of this
r.ctll.: is required to be
E.r'l.d must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 'MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME-. OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THElM.
All their creditors of the
decedent and other
perops having claims or
.debiahds against
decJdent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OFTHIS
NOTICE. *
ALL.CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME,
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NZTWITHSTANDIN G
THE TIME' PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS )OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this, notice is April .3,
2009..
Per~bhal Representative:
Debra Greco D
1039 Shady Lakes Circle
Palm Beach Gardens,
Florida 33418
Attorney' for Pe;rs6nal
Representative:
Adele Smrall Hrris
Attorney for Debra Greco
Florida Bar No. 669946
The Karp Law Firm, PA.
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beach. Newly refurbished
S& furnished. Yearly water,
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$895/mo furn; $795/mo
unfurn. 772-559-5755 No
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VERO BEACH-
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Great backyard with
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$695/mo, yearly
772-559-5755 to see or
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MICCO Lovely 2-br/1-ba
8480 US-1 Newly
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$650/mo. 1st & Security
772-913-0305 or
305 992-1085

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772-794-9853
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land value below market
prices, Financing. Call N. GEORGIA MTNS -
Jack at 800-242-1802 Beautiful Completely re-
.built 3/2 cabin, noisy
stream, spring. Also,
completely rebuilt double-
wide 2.5ac also building
lot 706-273-4514
NANTAHALA Real Es-
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In beautiful N. Georgia, rated this as a #1 summ-
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706-400-9973 western North Carolina
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community, 1.87 acres, GA, only 1.5 hours out-
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be separated. Reduced! minutes NE of Murphy,
$65,500 772-971-1251 Pristine Lake, Lake/River
front mountain view,
GEORGIA 10+ acres. large tracts 866-218-8439
Ware County Georgia www.nantahalaproperties
near, Waresboro on .com
McDonald Road, lots of NC BLUE Ridge Moun-
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$22,500.00 for complete Owner sacrificing a 1320
package. 912-427-7062 sq ft unfinished cabin on
Cell# 912-269-9349 2 acres w/ stream. Has a
GEORGIA LAND loft deck and covered
23.65acres, Evans porch 808-286-1666
County. 4acre pond, NC MOUNTAINS
16acres mature timber. Wa Wntersf
Balance in Coastal WC um Wiers
Cool Summers.
Bermuda. T0mins. to Sm r
a1-16, 40mins., Ito NEW! E-Z to finish log
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Savannah.$3500/acre. abin shell w/lo fu
More tracts available, basement, includes
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706-840-2136 Ask about our mountain
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TEXAS & OLD MEXICO
Affordable Hunting & NORTH FLORIDA LAND
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up to 20,000 acres. frontage,$1995/ac.!
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SEBASTIAN Tri-plex 1/1
Screened Lanai. A/C, So
Indian River Dr. Close to
US1 & 1-95 $650/mo.
Call Tom 863-983-8064
VERO BEACH 1-br du-
plex for rent. Clean, with
appliances. $400 mo.
$200 dep. 1135 17th PI,
East of Old Dixie.
772-539-9787



VERO BEACH In Town
Special $450. lbdrm,
Unfurn. Sewer/water incl.
Small pet Ok. 1228 24th
St. 772-473-0071
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VERO BEACH- Brand
New Home.,3/2 on lake-
Lease option "or Rent
$1500./mo Great Neigh-
borhood. Paver driveway.
321-693-6505
Vero/Central Bch: 1 blk
to Ocean, Newly remod-
eled, 3/2/2, great kitchen
w/grantie countertop, tra-
vertine firs throughout
$1400/mo 321-544-7424
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35' WINNEBAGO 2001, hitch, bedliner, 46,000
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extras, N/S. Asking
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